Amy Jen Su
Co-Founder, Washington DC Metro
For almost two decades, Amy Jen Su has partnered with investment professionals, CEOs, and executives to sustain and increase their leadership effectiveness as they drive organizational change and transformation. She is the author of the Harvard Business Review Press book, The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles to Bringing Out Your Best Self – Every Day (2019), which draws on her extensive experience serving industries such as private equity, financial services, biotechnology, software, consumer, and media. She is also currently a Board Member of SRS Distribution Inc., a portfolio company of Leonard Green & Partners and Berkshire Partners. Amy has been a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review online and has written for publications including Huffington Post and Leader to Leader magazine. She is also co-author of the Washington Post bestseller Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership Presence (HBR Press, 2013) with Muriel Maignan Wilkins. Her work and thinking have been featured in media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc., Forbes, and Marketwatch. Previously, Amy served as a management consultant for Booz Allen & Hamilton where she advised senior executives of consumer product companies on growth strategies. She was also a strategic planner for Taco Bell Corp helping to launch Taco Bell into non-traditional points of distribution. Amy holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and BA in Psychology from Stanford University, graduating from both with honors and distinctions. Her additional certifications and background in Integral coaching, yoga, and the Eastern philosophies provide for a unique high impact, whole-person approach to executive development.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
“It is the combination of a top education and real-world experience at a leading consulting firm that allows Amy to understand her client’s point of view. It is her quiet of mind, thoughtful perspective, and approach that makes her a tremendous coach.”